Corporate Automotive Intern

internship - , unpaid

United Parcel Service Incorporated
Atlanta, GA
Closed
Posted 58 Days ago
United Parcel Service Incorporated
Atlanta, GA
internship - , unpaid
Posted 58 Days ago
Closed

Description

Corporate Automotive Intern - Fall 2019 UPS CORPORATE OFFICES Primary Location: ATLANTA, GA - United States Facility UPS CORPORATE OFFICES Job ID 199480 Zip Code 30328 Save Job ------------ UPS is seeking a dynamic Automotive Engineering Intern to work on targeted projects individually, and in small teams. If you're a college junior or senior, or recent graduate within the last 24 months looking for hands-on, practical business experience, we want to hear from you! The Automotive Engineering Intern works on projects requiring operational and mechanical observations, data collection, cross functional communication, and problem solving. He/She will utilize technology skills to create computer based training modules, and work with manufacturers to resolve vehicle engineering concerns. All completed projects will be presented to the Automotive Engineering staff. Responsibilities and Duties * Researches and solves manufacturer component problems * Creates planned times and methods * Analyzes process improvement opportunities * Creates computer base training modules Knowledge and Skills * Knowledge of engineering related discipline * Effective research and communication skills * Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills * Ability to work collaboratively and independently * Ability to interact and communicate effectively across business units * Computer programming skills using Storybook - Preferred * Microsoft Office experience, specifically PowerPoint - Preferred UPS is an equal opportunity employer. UPS does not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law

Skills

microsoft powerpoint, microsoft office, research, computer programming, vba, economics, stochastic calculus, econometrics, matlab, monte carlo simulation, applied mathematics, data analysis, financial engineering, quantitative finance, sas

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